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Our Interns

Jacksonville Magazine opens its doors to interns from colleges near and far. Many past interns have gone on to work at a variety of publications, and a few members of the Jax Mag staff started out in the trenches as interns themselves. (Just kidding, we don’t have any trenches. They’re really more like ditches. Ditches dug by interns.)

Here are a few profiles of recent and current interns. If you’re interested in interning with us, please visit this page to get details on how to apply.


Alexis McCartney // Editorial Intern

imageAlexis McCartney, fall editorial intern, is a Multimedia Journalism student at the University of North Florida with a strong nose for community news, nostalgia and all things fashion.

When she isn’t writing for Jacksonville Magazine, you can catch her snooping around a consignment shop for treasures, or jamming out to her favorite Led Zeppelin album.

Alexis hopes to further a career in the fashion magazine industry in places where the skylines are adorned by tall buildings & glistened by city lights.





Riley Wolf // Editorial Intern

Bio PhotoRiley Wolf is a senior at the University of North Florida studying multimedia journalism and a fall editorial intern here at Jacksonville Magazine. She loves a big city but craves the beach life, which makes Jacksonville the perfect fit for her. When she isn’t at Jax Mag you can catch her beach side enjoying an Açaì bowl at her favorite café, Delicomb.

Riley has a passion for unveiling the truth in this world with her writing and photography and plans to pursue a career that involves creativity in the magazine industry.


Chelsea Yanochik // Advertising Intern

CHELSEA (2)Fall ad intern Chelsea Yanochik is an Advertising student at the University of North Florida and graduates in December 2014.

Being a Jacksonville native, she loves to attend the Jacksonville Jaguars games with her dad. She loves to watch movies and funny advertisements on TV, especially the Geico ones. While she’s not doing that you can find her shopping, mainly for shoes. She loves to have the latest fashion trends at a bargain. Growing up dancing, you will always find Chelsea moving if music is playing, especially in her car!

She hopes one day to work for a magazine, maybe a fashion one and is excited to be interning at Jacksonville Magazine in hopes to further her career.



Megan Denneny // Editorial Intern

Bio_PicFall intern Megan Denneny is a St. Augustine native and Flagler College senior set to graduate in December of 2014. She is studying strategic communication and advertising, but also has a love for journalism.

As a travel addict, food enthusiast and admitted shopaholic she loves to write about all things lifestyle related and plans to eventually reside in a big city following her dreams of working in the magazine industry.

When she is not writing at Jacksonville Magazine you can find her exploring the cobblestone streets of downtown in search of a chic boutique, testing the latest recipe from the Food Network, spending time with family and friends or simply relaxing with her kitten Leo.



Jessica Pettengill // Editorial Intern

IMG_1003Fall editorial intern Jessica Pettengill is a senior journalism student at Ball State University in Muncie, Indiana.

She was born and raised in Sacramento, California, and prior to starting her internship at Jacksonville Magazine, she had only visited Florida once. She is adjusting to life in the Sunshine State with flying colors.

Though writing is first and foremost her favorite activity, Jessica loves being outdoors, attending music concerts, dplaying and watching sports, volunteering at dog shelters, swing dancing, and taking photography.

Jessica plans on applying for graduate schools and pursuing other internship opportunities to further her career in writing after graduation this year.

Jomaris Rodriguez // Editorial Intern                              

j-rodFall editorial intern Jomaris Rodriguez is a senior at the University of North Florida, majoring in journalism. She recently had the privilege of covering One Spark 2014 in Jacksonville, as well as One Spark Start: Berlin.

An avid writer from an early age, Jomaris loves telling people’s stories and exploring. When she isn’t writing for Jacksonville Magazine, you can find Jomaris at concerts, walking through St. Augustine or browsing around malls.

Jomaris seeks to expand her editorial abilities as much as she can and is open to wherever her professional life takes her.


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